Lake Michigan College's 2020 graduates must forego a traditional commencement ceremony this year to protect themselves and their families from COVID-19 but they’re still finding ways to safely celebrate graduation. LMC has several opportunities planned to mark the College’s 73rd graduating class.
Beginning this fall, Lake Michigan College will offer an online option for associate degrees in Business Administration (ABA), Applied Science Business (AAS-B), and Accounting (ACCT). These four-and-five-semester fully online programs pave the way for motivated and ambitious full-time students to complete an AAS-B business degree in just 16 months and an ABA or ACCT business degree in 20 months, including summer sessions.
For the first time, Lake Michigan College is offering English as a Second Language (ESL) classes completely online in May-June and July-August sessions.
Lake Michigan College now offers a major in Communication with new class options beginning in the summer and fall semesters.
The Visual & Performing Arts Department at Lake Michigan College is offering a variety of arts education opportunities this summer for students as young as 8-years-old to adults at the Mendel Center on the Benton Harbor campus.
As most of us shelter in place to protect ourselves and our families during the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers in healthcare, public safety,
Lake Michigan College’s Benton Harbor campus may be closed for the school year, but its Fab Lab is being put to good use. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a handful of technicians are using LMC’s Fab Lab to produce face shields for police officers and other types of workers who must be out in the field to do their jobs.
For the moment, we all live in a stay-at-home-world. However, that doesn't mean live performances need to be on hold. To keep the arts alive during COVID-19 social distancing measures, The Mendel Center is introducing a new, online series: Remotely Interested: Live to Your Living Room.
Lake Michigan College will extend online, distance learning through the rest of the spring semester in response to the state-wide shelter-in-place